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F7 code and beeping

I have a problem with my Frigidaire cplef398ccb stove beeping and showing a F7 code.

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In version 1 of your model, F7 requires the replacement of the EDC (electronic door control)
in later versions F7 requires the replacement of the EOC (electronic oven control)

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

  • wilfrejavier
    wilfrejavier Apr 12, 2013

    Where I can find the EDC (electronic door control)???

  • Walt Mizell
    Walt Mizell Feb 26, 2014

    How do I tell if it is version 1 or not?

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